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How Do Vets Dispose of Pets?

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Usually vets ask the owner what they want to do with their dead pet's body. Depending on the owner's wishes, they may either return the animal for burial or have it cremated for the owner.
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1. Cremate your pet. If you would like to keep your pet with you but are unable to bury him on your property, cremation is a good option. You can also scatter the ashes in your pet's
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